Some tracks


Some tracks

Save water, which is an increasingly scarce commodity

Set up rainwater harvesting systems, and taking up small gestures such as turning off the tap when brushing your teeth, …

Reduce waste production and therefore gradually move towards zero waste
  • Limit packaging by avoiding plastics, especially single-use ones (plastic cotton swabs, straw, cups, etc.)
  • Avoid sodas in cans and plastic bottles and use tap water instead
  • Buy in bulk with reusable containers: rice and pasta, cereals, dried fruit, spices, chocolate, vinegar, oil, cheese, meat, shampoo, dishwashing liquid, etc…
Change your eating habits
  • Try to reduce the consumption of animal proteins, which are resource-intensive to produce
  • Favour seasonal, local and organically grown fruit and vegetables
Make your own cosmetic products, washing powder and household cleaning products

based on products that are healthier for people and the environment (white vinegar, Marseille soap and black soap, bicarbonate, essential oils, etc.)

Favour noble and natural materials
Medicate yourself as much as possible with phytotherapy and essential oils
Favour short journeys on foot or by bicycle
Limit non-essential purchases and aim at voluntary simplicity